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This is a discussion on Help with Troublecode (SES) within the Computer & Tuning forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; *UPDATED* So my SES light came on. I went down to my local Autozone to use their OBDII reader and ...

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    Help with Troublecode (SES)

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    So my SES light came on. I went down to my local Autozone to use their OBDII reader and the code I got was the P1416 Auxiliary Emission Controls. Anybody know where I can get more specific info on what part needs to be fixed/replaced or anybody with experiece on this particular code. If its something easy, I would preferably want to fix this myself instead of bringing this into the dealership and get charged an arm and a leg. Thanks!
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    Are you sure it's P1418? Reason I'm asking is because when I looked it up at obdii.com it comes up as a J-body code for secondary air system, and nothing for the F-body. Secondary air codes aren't critical, but you need the exact code to fix the problem. Maybe it was P0418?

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    whoops.. i made a mistake.. it was P1416

    BTW, I have a 2000 Formula

    i looked up the site and it says.

    P1416 Secondary Air Injection [AIR] System Bank
    P1416 AIR System Bank
    P1416 Secondary Air Injection [AIR] System Bank
    P1416 AIR System Bank
    P1416 AIR System Bank

    Does something need to be replaced? I can provide more info if it would help diagnose the problem. Thanks!
    Last edited by y2kformula; 11-16-2005 at 05:35 PM.

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    Cool - hoping it was a typo or something. Easy fix, posted about this before:

    www.ls1.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1373

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    Forgot to mention earlier - you don't need to go back to AZ to clear the code or reset the PCM after you replace it, SES will clear after 3 consecutive starts without a failure, but it will be stored in the PCM as a "history" code for 40 cycles.

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    thanks

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    one more thing

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    sorry.. i think i need 10 post to use a link

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    you posted the part number in the other thread
    "VALVE, SECD AIR INJN CHK" GM 12565503."

    Does kragens, autozone, or pepboys carry that part or do I have to go to the dealership? is there a generic part thats the same?

    I found this searching online
    ACDELCO Part # 2141045
    Category: Air Check Valve {#12565503}
    http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/cata...=FR321-2141045

    it references the GM part number also but is it the same or should I stick with OEM?

    thanks

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    Yeah, you can pick one up at a local parts store - friend of mine got his at NAPA. I posted the GM PN/description so if the store doesn't understand what part it is they can cross reference it. The PN is the same for either side too.

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    I also am having trouble deciphering my trouble codes. I am not sure if this is the best place to ask a question, but since I am new to the site, if I should post elsewhere, please direct me. Regarding my trouble codes, I continue to get two codes, P1641, Relay 1 Control Circuit, and P1642, Relay 2 and 3 Control Circuit. I have no idea what these codes mean, or how to remedy them. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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